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A Tree in the Snow
Territorial Behavior of Black-Saddled Toby
Pride, look and reflection.
Bridalveil Fog
Selfie With The Milky Way
Plane/moon
Shrimp boat on Lake Borne at sunrise.
A Face Only a Mother Could Love
Serenity
Waiting At The Bus Stop
 Waiting for lunch
The Labrythian City
A feeding Roseate Spoonbill at Merritt Island NWR
Walking Into The Office
The Temple Dweller
The Children of the Village
Long Eared Owl with an attitude
Pastoral peace
Mangrove tree nests in Florida
The Warrior
A Most Unusual Island
Streets of Dublin
Moon Landing
14th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
The Labrythian City

Unfurling like a labyrinthine maze from a hilltop towards the coast, Alfama is Lisbon's gem from the time of the Moors: a district full of narrow cobblestoned alleyways, palm shaded squares, and terracotta-roofed houses. The best way to explore this place is to take a tram right up to the top near the castle, and just start walking down, without a map, making sure to get lost along the way - Location: Lisbon, Portugal

TAGS: Architecture, Cityscape, Lisbon, Portugal, Travel

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Date Taken: 04.2015
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PHOTO LOCATION Lisbon, Portugal